verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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Origin of comb
OTHER WORDS FROM combcomb·less, adjectivecomb·less·ness, nounun·combed, adjectivewell-combed, adjective
Definition for comb (2 of 2)
Example sentences from the Web for comb
But do you think the same amount of media resources would have been dedicated to combing through Lerner's emails as Palins?
Cops went searching for a would-be suicide bomber, combing through the north-central part of the city.As Gaza War Comes Home to Israel, a Reluctant Suicide Bomber Emerges|Itay Hod|August 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He says investigators are combing through all the homicides over the last decade to find other similarities.
The police searched all the rooms looking for any Stavitsky documents and combing through financial records.
Right now 29 airplanes and 18 ships are involved in combing the area where on Sunday the satellite found the debris.
The man approached, dripping and breathing heavily, and placed his hands on the combing.Tom Slade at Temple Camp|Percy K. Fitzhugh
The cooks and stewards, their hands on the combing, filled the fore-hatch.
She was then wetting her head with the water in the basin, and combing her hair with a golden comb.Myths and Folk Tales of Ireland|Jeremiah Curtin
Wilkins is combing the East Side and I hope to have news in a few hours.The Mystery of the Hidden Room|Marion Harvey
How pleasant it must be to have Mrs. Crabtree combing and scolding, and scolding and combing, for hours every day!Holiday House|Catherine Sinclair
British Dictionary definitions for comb
Word Origin for comb
Idioms and Phrases with comb
see fine-tooth comb.